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NiSource Posting Steep Loss In Late-Day Trading

Shares of NiSource (NI) have moved sharply lower during trading on Friday, tumbling by 11 percent. NiSource is pulling back off the record closing high set in the previous session.

The pullback by NiSource comes after dozens of explosions along the company's natural gas network outside Boston left at least one person dead.

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